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Friday, February 04, 2011

******IT ISN'T OVER******


This is an update regarding the Residential Treatment Facility.

Many who attended the OVPC meeting on January 25, 2011 may have left thinking it was all over.  Most, if not all, left in complete shock.  I want you to know that there are some developments.

Two appeals disputing the OVPC decision have been filed.  One is filed with the Weber County Commissioners, the other to the Board of Adjustments.  The dates of the appeal hearings have not been identified. 

We need everybody to stay active.  Everyone who is against this proposal needs to write a letter to the Weber County Commissioners. 

You may send by mail to each commissioner, or one letter to all commissioners, requesting that a copy by provided to each commissioner.  The names of the commissioners are Jan Zogmaister, Craig Dearden and Kerry Gibson.  The address is 2380 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah 84401. 

If you prefer to use email, send one to each commissioner at the following:
Or you may send one email to and request that a copy by provided to each commissioner.

Either way that you choose, you need to place Green Valley Academy, DR 2010-09, in the subject.

There will be another public meeting scheduled for:

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

7:00 PM

at the Ogden Valley Library.  

This is a public meeting and anyone can attend.  However, those who are for this residential treatment facility, or agents for the petitioners or petitioners themselves, please reconsider if you are attending.  There will be no disputes resolved between parties this night.  The next step towards resolution will be taken at the appeal hearings. 

Because not all people who are concerned about the Green Valley Academy read this blog, please make calls, knock on doors, whatever you can to get the word out.  If you haven't already done so, and have some spare cash, please consider a donation to the Ogden Valley Protection Fund at Zions Bank. 


Teri Busick

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